TEHRAN, May 27 (MNA) – Remarks by a former Israeli military intelligence chief has revealed fear of Israeli officials if Iran responded an Israeli air strike on nuclear facilities.
Al-Fajr news website reported that Amos Yadlin, former head of Israeli military intelligence organization had said that if Israeli attacked Iran’s nuclear centers, it would be targeted with Iran’s heavy missile strikes.
Israel’s state radio quoted Yadlin saying that the number of missiles to be launched to Israel from Palestinian lands would be impressive, being “triple as the number of missiles shot during first Persian Gulf War.
By Mehr News
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